The free peer-to-peer gathering

5

Days

January 8 to 12, 2020

96

Events

Meetups, conferences, projections, hackathon…

73

Speakers

From everywhere to talk about the internet of tomorrow

1

Location

Ground Control, at the center of Paris (gare de Lyon)

Schedule


Day 1
6:30PM - 6:45PM
FR
P2P Meet-up Zone
P2P Festival
A few words for opening the festival!
talk
6:30PM - 11:00PM
FR/EN
P2P Meet-up Zone
Paris P2P
FFA stands for Free for All. It means that participants can simply get together over a drink, improvise a workshop, or meet other people.
privacycryptographypoliticstech
meet-up
7:00PM - 7:30PM
FR
P2P Meet-up Zone
Weedcoder
Weedcoder will present a retrospective of the Cypherpunk movement, and will highlight the impact of this culture on the Internet of today, or that of tomorrow. History of cryptoanarchy and cypherpunks, prehistory of bitcoin, a journey through the great dates and the few names that make our revolutions possible. What are these ideas and technologies, modern and ancient at the same time, to fight for our freedoms?
politicscryptography
talk
7:30PM - 8:00PM
EN
P2P Meet-up Zone
Liliana Carillo - P2P Foundation
Most of us have gone to schools in which knowledge is transmitted from teachers to pupils, and where resources are managed by adults. Do you imagine a school where knowledge is transmitted among pupils without a teacher and where pupils manage the resources of the school? Let’s explore the concepts of Peer-to-Peer and Commons through the school as an use case.
p2ppolitics
talk
8:00PM - 8:45PM
FR
P2P Meet-up Zone
Mathilde Imer - Gilets Citoyens & Démocratie Ouverte
For the first time, an experiment in participatory democracy is taking place in France at the national level. Mathilde Imer, member of the governance committee of the Citizen’s Convention for the Climate on behalf of Citizens’ Vests and Open Democracy, comes to tell us how this story is being constructed, at the very moment when the confrontation and mistrust between the institutions of power and the people is reaching a climax.
politicscollective intelligence
talk
6:00PM - 10:00PM
FR/EN
P2P Art Zone
Artiste Fasto
Participative & peer-painting with Fasto - children and adults equally welcomed!
art
stand
8:00PM - 10:00PM
FR
Village
Les Hackeuses
@LesHackeuses and friends support women in their effort to play a bigger part within the blockchain ecosystem.
blockchaincryptocurrencies
stand
10:00PM - 12:30AM
Airplane
La Cuniculaire
In the middle of the week, La Cuniculaire gathers to make people dance. Emphasis is placed on musical selection and a mix of gender, colour and sexuality. DJ Ditlef & Jeune Pousse will be at the controls.
DJ set
Day 2
4:00PM - 5:00PM
FR/EN
P2P Meet-up Zone
Lola Rigaut-Luczak

After a brief presentation of ZeroNet, Lola will help participants to install ZeroNet, post on the network, create a site, check interesting sites, install plugins, backup one’s private key, etc.

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bitcoinp2pcryptography
workshop
5:30PM - 6:00PM
FR
Conference
FX Thoorens - ARK Ecosystem
ARK Ecosystem is the multistakeholder co-op that created the ARK blockchain. François-Xavier will present both the organization of the co-op and the DPoS-based protocol, including its latest features.
blockchain
talk
6:00PM - 6:30PM
FR
Conference
Pierre Noizat, Paymium
How to trade crypto-assets without relying on a trusted third party.
cryptocurrenciesp2p
talk
6:00PM - 6:45PM
FR
P2P Meet-up Zone
Attilax et Paulart - Toile Francilienne
Attilax & Paulart from Toile Francilienne will present the “Monnaie Libre” (“Libre Money”) project and the underlying paradigm shift it entails. They will answer to questions such as; Where does Libre Money comes from? Who created it and why? How does it work and what makes it so different from other moneys up to now?
cryptocurrenciesp2p
meet-up
6:45PM - 7:30PM
FR
P2P Meet-up Zone
Fred Zicmama
Ḡ1sms+ :: Local Global Banking System. The free neobank in which bankers are true friends… you actually create money with them! We will demo G1sms, G1Dab, G1Tx terminals, we will show G1Tag, G1 (ZEN) container on IPFS, G1Bot (multichanel) and its internal API, a cashless system based on G1smsn etc..
cryptocurrenciesp2p
workshop
6:30PM - 7:30PM
FR
Conference
Pierre Boc - Berty.tech
Is it possible to influence and change our perceptions? Over his talk/show, Pierre Boc, mentalist, Ph.D in biology, and consultant for tech firms, will unveil the techniques used by mentalists and how to apply them to daily life. Since the major IT vulnerability is often located “between the chair and the keyboard”, social engineering is definitely an area we should all learn more about.
privacy
talk
7:30PM - 8:00PM
FR
Conference
Gilles Fedak - iExec
For more than twenty years, applications based on P2P logic deliver more freedom to their users. From file-sharing to cryptocurrencies, they have revolutionized the way we design distributed systems, at a technical level and beyond. We believe that now is the time for a new wave of P2P systems: decentralized marketplaces. Relying on blockchains, they enable anyone to exchange services and monetize resources with no reliance on a trusted third party. Gilles will share the lessons learned at iExec with respect to the challenges faced when designing and deploying such a decentralized marketplace.
talk
8:00PM - 8:30PM
FR
Conference
Adli Takkal Bataille & Jacques Favier - Le Cercle du Coin
bitcoincryptocurrencies
talk
8:30PM - 9:00PM
FR
Conference
Dr Sonia Ben Mokhtar - CNRS, LIRIS-DRIM
Online services (e.g. search engines, location-based services, video on demand, recommendation engines) require a massive amount of personal data harvested from their users. These data, such as location coordinates or search request history, can reveal highly sensitive user information such as political, religious, or sexual preferences. I will describe the risks stemming from the use of online services with respect to personal data and I will introduce a prospective approach for personal data protection based on decentralization and the use of hardened CPUs (e.g. Intel SGX). I will focus on two specific applications: Web requests and VOD systems.
privacyanti-surveillance
talk
9:00PM - 9:30PM
FR
Conference
Manfred Touron - Berty.tech
@Moul, founder of Berty.tech and his team will introduce IPFS and share lessons learned while building their technology. Berty.tech has won the OMG Feature Award at the IPFS Camp 2019 in Barcelona. Berty is an NGO dedicated to building technology for protecting individuals, journalists, whistleblowers and citizens from any form of censorship and surveillance.
privacyanti-censorshipanti-surveillanceipfsp2p
talk
6:00PM - 7:15PM
FR
Projection
P2P Festival

Protocole is plugged to the « cryptosphere », where one can meet users and supporters of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, as well as entrepreneurs and researchers.

Giving them a voice makes it obvious that Bitcoin as a way of challenging monetary institutions is actually part of larger trend of the society as a whole. Cryptocurrency are not just a new “asset class”, but complex and far-reaching social phenomenon.

bitcoincryptocurrencies
projection
9:30PM - 11:00PM
FR
Projection
P2P Festival
La bataille du Libre is a new documentary directed by Phillipe Borrel and produced by Temps noir. The film deals with issues related to Open Source and free software. “Wheter in various fields of society like medical, finance, industrial, education, and even agriculture, almost no activity sector has escaped the strong hold of computer code. We depend on it in any human activity sector in which knowledge is key. And in the process we lose more and more of our autonomy because most of the software programs we use, without knowing it, are proprietary: their computer code being protected by patents owned by major corporations that earn disproportionate income from them. However, in the case of open source software, it can be freely used, copied, shared, and even improved by all. Open Source advocates then see the issue as philosophical and political, as well as a societal choice, while their contributing and emancipatory practice to software development start to disseminate much outside of IT and into public interest and the general good.”
open sourcecommons
projection
6:00PM - 8:00PM
FR/EN
Village
Boris Séguy - Digital Commons Consortium
Drinks and networking for the Digital Commons Consortium.
commonssoliddistributed systems
meet-up
2:00PM - 7:00PM
FR
Village
Les Hackeuses
@LesHackeuses and friends support women in their effort to play a bigger part within the blockchain ecosystem.
blockchaincryptocurrencies
stand
6:00PM - 10:00PM
P2P Art Zone
Artiste Fasto
Participative & peer-painting with Fasto - children and adults equally welcomed!
art
stand
7:30PM - 10:00PM
Village
Attilax et Paulart - Toile Francilienne
Come chat with us about Libre Money!
cryptocurrenciesp2p
stand
10:00PM - 11:30PM
Airplane
DJ DITLEF
DJ set
Day 3
2:00PM - TBA
Hackzone
FFA
The hackzone is opened to everyone for peer-coding, offer a workshop, share ideas…
hackathon
2:00PM - 4:00PM
EN
P2P Meet-up Zone
Anirudha Bose - Ledger

In this workshop, we’ll learn what elliptic curve cryptography is, how it works under the hood, and write our own toy implementation of the secp256k1 signature scheme used in Bitcoin, from scratch in Python.

Who is this for? The workshop requires basic familiarity with algebra and Python. No prior background in cryptography is required.

What should you bring? - A laptop with Python 3.8 installed. - Notebook and pen, if you want to take notes or work through the math.

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blockchainbitcoincryptography
workshop
2:00PM - 5:00PM
FR
Hackzone
Alice - Digital Commons Consortium

Workshop on the future of SOLID specifications. In French. Offered by Alice and the Digital Commons Consortium.

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solid
workshop
4:00PM - 6:00PM
P2P Meet-up Zone
Lola Rigaut-Luczak

How to create your own minimal BitTorrent client with Python. Introduction to libtorrent, its documentation and the module for using it in an app written in Python.

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p2p
workshop
4:00PM - 5:00PM
FR
Airplane
Lakhdar Slaim - Rockside

Transaction costs (gas) on Ethereum are a major impediment to mainstream adoption of Dapps. Meta-transactions are a way to bypass the issue. They are already used today in successful DeFi apps such as Argent.xyz.

We will introduce the concept and then we will go through every step of their implementation, from the smart contract to the creation of off-chain messages. Finally, we will discuss how we’ve used meta-transactions with Rockside.io.

blockchainethereumsmart contracts
talk
5:15PM - 6:00PM
FR
Airplane
Guillaume Rouyer - Assemblée Virtuelle
Talk about the PAIR (Project, Actor, Idea, Resource) model and its application to organizational design.
commons
talk
6:15PM - 7:00PM
FR
Airplane
Boris Séguy - Digital Commons Consortium
commons
talk
7:00PM - 8:00PM
FR
Airplane
Nina Bufi & Duc Ha Duong - Open Opale

One hour to learn about how to make smooth and efficient decisions as a group.

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collective intelligencep2p
workshop
4:00PM - 4:30PM
FR
Conference
Virgile Deville & Nicholas G.S. Saul - Open Source Politics
How can the civic tech ecosystem deliver shared governance platforms that foster real democratic participation in a wide range of communities? To answer that question, Virgile and Nicholas look at what can be learned from web 2 use cases in digital governance to build the transition of participatory democracy into a web 3 decentralised public space infrastructure.
blockchainpolitics
talk
4:30PM - 6:00PM
EN
Conference
PJ Klimek - Holo

While designing Holochain and on Holochain we often ask ourselves basic questions about information. What is it, how is it carried, how can it be accessed? Very often we end up noticing deep similarities to principles of physics, like relativity theory or quantum effects. Come and see how very plain principles of Holochain allow for unconstrained flow of information between agents. Let’s discuss how agent’s ownership over data can create a paradigm shift in our inter-human interaction.

PJ Klimek, Product Owner and Architect at Holo, will offer an introduction to the high-level architecture of Holochain, and will start a conversation about the relevant use cases for p2p applications

blockchainp2p
talk
6:00PM - 7:00PM
EN
Conference
Amira Bouguera - HellHound, Consensys
Amira Bouguera, cryptographer and Blockchain engineer at Consensys, co-founder of Hellhound, gives an introduction to the p2p network layer of Ethereum, with a focus on RLPx transport protocol
p2pblockchainethereumlibp2p
talk
6:00PM - 7:15PM
FR
P2P Meet-up Zone
Fabien P.
Fabien P. will quickly present the basics of reverse engineering with a playful presentation of the logics of “Reverse Engineering”. This conference is intended for developers and the curious, who want to understand the logic, analysis and modification mechanisms of a compiled code during its execution. These logics and tools are of course tools and knowledge that can then be applied to all application developers, as well as to profiles interested in cybersecurity.
talk
7:30PM - 8:00PM
EN
P2P Meet-up Zone
Friedger Müffke - Blockstack

Blockstack is an open source project that allows users to create and control their own digital identity. The identity is blockchain based and follows the standards for decentralized identity (DID) by W3C. With these DIDs users can start to interact with other users, in particular create and validate user-related certificates, so-called Verifiable Credentials.

In this talk, Friedger will give a short introduction to Blockstack and explain how Verifiable Credentials can be used on a p2p basis.

blockchainidentityp2p
talk
7:00PM - 7:30PM
FR
Conference
Rachel Arnould - Open Food Network
p2pcommons
talk
8:00PM - 8:30PM
FR
Conference
Cédric Ringebach - La Fresque du Climat
Cédric Ringebach will introduce The Climate Collage, a serious game about climate change, based on collective intelligence and creativity.
collective intelligence
talk
8:30PM - 9:15PM
EN
Conference
Rand Hindi, zama.ai
As the world became more digital, the amount of data collected about people increased exponentially, leading to an unprecedented amount of data breaches and privacy infringements. But thanks to modern encryption, it is now possible to leverage the power of AI without ever compromising user privacy and data security.
aiprivacyanti-surveillance
talk
4:00PM - 5:30PM
EN/VOSTFR
Projection
P2P Festival
This documentary shows how the general population is keen to accept to be under constant surveillance. “Fascinating” (Inrocks), “Eye-opener” (Forbes), “Worrying” (France 24)
privacyanti-surveillance
projection
6:00PM - 7:45PM
EN/VOSTFR
Projection
P2P Festival
The film depicts the life of American computer programmer, writer, political organizer, and Internet activist Aaron Swartz.
commonsopen source
projection
8:00PM - 10:00PM
FR
Projection
P2P Festival

Protocole is plugged to the « cryptosphere », where one can meet users and supporters of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, as well as entrepreneurs and researchers.

Giving them a voice makes it obvious that Bitcoin as a way of challenging monetary institutions is actually part of larger trend of the society as a whole. Cryptocurrency are not just a new “asset class”, but complex and far-reaching social phenomenon. The screening will be followed by a Q&A with the director Rémi Crussière.

bitcoincryptocurrencies
projection
2:00PM - 10:00PM
FR
Village
Les Hackeuses
@LesHackeuses and friends support women in their effort to play a bigger part within the blockchain ecosystem.
blockchaincryptocurrencies
stand
6:00PM - 10:00PM
P2P Art Zone
Artiste Fasto
Participative & peer-painting with Fasto - children and adults equally welcomed!
art
stand
10:00PM - 12:30AM
Airplane
La Cuniculaire
In the middle of the week, La Cuniculaire gathers to make the world dance for free.
DJ set
Day 4
2:00PM - 3:00PM
Conference
Antoine Eddi - Berty.tech
What is IPFS? How does it work? How can it be used? What is Berty and how did they use IPFS in their project? Lessons learned by Antoine Eddi
p2pdistributed systemscryptographytechprivacycrdtipfslibp2panti-censorshipanti-surveillance
talk
3:00PM - 4:00PM
EN
Conference
Matthew Schutte - Holochain
In this talk, Matthew Schutte from Holochain will discuss the surprising advantages that result from truly peer-to-peer approaches to communication and coordination (whether via technology or personal interaction). The talk will be followed by a highly participatory Question and Answer session.
blockchainp2p
talk
4:15PM - 5:00PM
FR
Conference
DAO Panel
Panel with Louis Giraux (Association Aragon), Adrien Berthou (Genesis DAO, PolkaDAO, DAO), Alex Masmej (MetaCartel, Stake DAO, Marketing DAO) - moderated par Philippe Honigman
daoethereum
talk
5:00PM - 5:30PM
EN
Conference
Julien Bouteloup & Paul Drouet - Stake DAO
This talk will introduce Introduce StakeDAO as a natural evolution and convergence of the DeFi space and the DAO space.
blockchainDeFi
talk
5:30PM - 6:00PM
EN
Conference
Alex Masmej - MetaCartel, Stake DAO
MetaCartel DAO started as a working group to solve the metatransaction problem. After that, the community went on to do a multisig experiment to fund the Ethereum application layer. It’s now looking for its bold next step in the emerging DAO ecosystem. Alex Masmej from MetaCartel will offer a sneak peek of its future.
daoethereum
talk
6:00PM - 6:30PM
EN
Conference
Anuj Das Gupta
A mysterious talk by a wise man from the East
p2pdistributed systems
talk
6:30PM - 7:00PM
FR
Conference
Manfred Touron - Berty.tech
Many developers have misconceptions about open source collaboration. Being a bit shy and afraid to make a mistake is a frequent reason for not contributing, and so is just not knowing about how to start. This talk will share lessons learned about open collaboration, both for project leads and independent contributors.
open sourcecommunitiesfeedback
talk
7:00PM - 7:30PM
EN
Conference
Kris Decoodt - The Commons Stack
The Commons Stack is a new project that wants to contribute technical and cultural tools to aid in the decentralization and democratization of current power structures. We are building commons-based microeconomies to sustain public goods through incentive alignment, continuous funding and community governance. Learn more about what we are building and how you can join.
talk
7:30PM - 8:00PM
FR
Conference
Mamy André-Ratsimbazafy
P2P technologies are mainly used and developed in the Western world. However, even though they known by a large number of people for more than a decade, their adoption is still limited. Emerging countries present an opportunity, for technological, demographic and geopolitical reasons. People there are looking for solutions to essential problems and p2p could help.
blockchainprivacyp2panti-censorship
talk
8:00PM - 9:15PM
FR
Conference
Antoine Champagne - Reflets.info
Co-founder of the news and investigative journalism website Reflets.info, Antoine Champagne will present an overview of the situation regarding the protection of communications for journalists, whistleblowers and citizens, particularly in the face of international intelligence services.
privacy
talk
2:00PM - 2:30PM
FR
Village
Betty Mehri, Kyran Teissere
commonsartlegal
talk
2:30PM - 3:30PM
FR
Village
Lionel Maurel (CNRS-InSHS), Benjamin Jean (Inno³), Anne Vannet (U. Paris V), Célya Gruson-Daniel (HackYourPhd), Alexis Michaud (CNRS)
commonsopen sourcelegaleducation
talk / panel #1
3:00PM - 4:00PM
FR
Village
Danièle Bourcier (CNRS), Pierre-Yves Beaudouin (Wikimedia), Stephan-Eloïse Gras (OpenClassrooms)
commonsopen sourcelegal
talk / panel #2
4:00PM - 5:00PM
FR
Village
Primavera de Filippi & Valery Grancher
blockchainaicommons
talk / panel #3
5:00PM - 6:00PM
FR
Village
Public Commons Day
commons
meet-up
12:00PM - 12:45PM
EN
P2P Meet-up Zone
Jonas Smedegaard

Keep your knowledge in your home. Share some parts with friends and family as you like, and maybe publish some of it for all to see.

Solidbox is an alternative to putting trust in service providers. Instead you run internet services yourself - without technical challenges but similar to a fridge or a wifi box: Cheap and dead simple to use!

Under the hood, Solidbox runs one of the oldest and most serious operating systems, Debian GNU/Linux, and among the included services are both conventional things like Jabber chat and a simple web hosting, as well as a set of Solid services for efficient and flexible data sharing both with humans and with other similar systems. Solidbox is a Free software project developed as an integral part of Debian.

solid
talk
1:00PM - 2:00PM
FR
P2P Meet-up Zone
Pietro Abate - Nomadic Labs
Tezos is a new decentralized blockchain that governs itself by establishing a true digital commonwealth. It facilitates formal verification, a technique which mathematically proves the correctness of the code governing transactions and boosts the security of the most sensitive or financially weighted smart contracts. During this presentation we’ll talk about the design goals of tezos and current development prospectives.
blockchainsmart contracts
talk
2:00PM - 4:00PM
EN
P2P Meet-up Zone
PJ Klimek - Holochain

One of the ways to describe Holochain is as distributed database with data validation. Let’s design our first hApp and code backend for unenclosed p2p communication. I will explain our toolchain, dev and production environment and help you with coding hApp.

What to bring: your laptop, good mood.

What to pre-install: go to https://developer.holochain.org/docs/install/ and perform Holochain dev tools installation. CAUTION: It takes 1-3h to build entire tooling from source.

What to know: Some knowledge of strongly typed languages will help. We are gonna be writing code in Rust-based Holochain SDK. Don’t worry we have great docs!

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blockchainprogramming
workshop
4:00PM - 5:30PM
FR
P2P Meet-up Zone
Clément Lesaege - Kleros

Using cryptoeconomics incentives, Kleros provides a dispute resolution system for decentralized applications. Payment disputes (was the good or service delivered?), content curation (does this post violate forum rules?) and blockchain oracle (what was the temperature in Paris the 1st January 2020?), there are many applications requiring a mechanism to solve their disputes.

The workshop will start with a presentation of the Kleros system. Wallets will then be distributed to participants who will be able to test applications using Kleros to solve their disputes. This workshop does not require previous technical knowledge

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p2pdao
workshop
5:30PM - 6:30PM
EN/FR
P2P Meet-up Zone
Friedger Müffke - Blockstack

In this session, you will learn how to add authentication to web apps that does not require any servers. It will be shown how user-owned storage can be used to exchange and verify data between users, in particular group membership and payment receipts.

React.js and Blockstack.js will be used in this session.

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blockchainidentityprogramming
workshop
2:00PM - 3:55PM
FR
Airplane
Adrien Berthou - Genesis DAO, FestDAO / Nicholas G.S. Saul - Sciences Po

This workshop is offered by Adrien Berthou and FestDAO.

It is a participative introduction to the practice of DAO design. After a presentation of DAO principles and demos, participants will be invited to suggest their own ideas for creating DAOs, and will identify their main components using the DAO canvas.

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dao
workshop
4:00PM - 5:30PM
FR
Airplane
Brian O'Hagan, CoinHouse

Level: beginner and intermediate. No technical knowledge is required, this workshop is intended for newcomers who wish to discover and interact with the Ethereum ecosystem. We will give you the best practices and everything you need to get off to a good start in this high-potential ecosystem.

What to bring :

  • A laptop, with a web browser (Google Chrome or Brave required)
  • Writing materials (pen & paper)

In this introductory workshop you will :

  • A quick introduction on Ethereum will be given by the speaker.
  • You will create an Ethereum portfolio.
  • We will supply them and analyse what happens when a transaction takes place.
  • We will interact with several smart-contracts to perform various transactions.
  • We will create a personalized name for your Ethereum account.
  • We will teach you how to interact with real Dapps (decentralized applications).
  • A panorama of interesting Dapps will be presented to you.

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blockchainsmart contractsethereum
workshop
1:00PM - 2:00PM
EN
Hackzone
Manel Ruiz & Nelson Melina - Aeternity
Manel Ruiz and Nelson Melina from Aeternity will present the improvements done since the release of the Aeternity Mainnet one year ago. He will explain how State Channels work on Aeternity, how to set up an Oracle and the Aeternity Naming system. Also, he will present the Aeternity incubation program, which supports developers willing to create Daepps on Aeternity
blockchainsmart contracts
talk
2:00PM - 5:00PM
EN
Hackzone
Manel Ruiz & Nelson Melina - Aeternity

Aeternity has developed a functional programing language for smart contracts called Sophia, a “dialect” of Reason ML. To help developers get into It, we have created a remunerated online course($75 in AE). Participants to the worshop will receive a link to get access to It. At the end of the course there is a “Challenge”: students have to sucessfully modify a voting Daepp.

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blockchainsmart contracts
workshop
2:30PM - 4:00PM
FR
Hackzone
Fred Zicmama & Poka
Duniter, Cesium, Silkaj, Duniterpy, … Proto-sidechain IPFS: G1sms, G1Tx, G1Tag, … G1Machines and how to use them.
cryptocurrenciesblockchainipfs
workshop
12:30PM - 1:45PM
FR
Projection
P2P Festival

Protocole is plugged to the « cryptosphere », where one can meet users and supporters of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, as well as entrepreneurs and researchers.

Giving them a voice makes it obvious that Bitcoin as a way of challenging monetary institutions is actually part of larger trend of the society as a whole. Cryptocurrency are not just a new “asset class”, but complex and far-reaching social phenomenon.

bitcoincryptocurrencies
projection
2:30PM - 4:00PM
FR
Projection
P2P Festival
La bataille du Libre is a new documentary directed by Phillipe Borrel and produced by Temps noir. The film deals with issues related to Open Source and free software. “Wheter in various fields of society like medical, finance, industrial, education, and even agriculture, almost no activity sector has escaped the strong hold of computer code. We depend on it in any human activity sector in which knowledge is key. And in the process we lose more and more of our autonomy because most of the software programs we use, without knowing it, are proprietary: their computer code being protected by patents owned by major corporations that earn disproportionate income from them. However, in the case of open source software, it can be freely used, copied, shared, and even improved by all. Open Source advocates then see the issue as philosophical and political, as well as a societal choice, while their contributing and emancipatory practice to software development start to disseminate much outside of IT and into public interest and the general good.”
open sourcecommons
projection
4:30PM - 6:15PM
EN/VOSTFR
Projection
P2P Festival
The film depicts the life of American computer programmer, writer, political organizer, and Internet activist Aaron Swartz.
commonsopen source
projection
6:30PM - 8:00PM
EN/VOSTFR
Projection
P2P Festival
This documentary shows how the general population is keen to accept to be under constant surveillance. “Fascinating” (Inrocks), “Eye-opener” (Forbes), “Worrying” (France 24)
anti-surveillanceprivacy
projection
2:00PM - 6:00PM
FR
Village
Les Hackeuses
@LesHackeuses and friends support women in their effort to play a bigger part within the blockchain ecosystem.
blockchaincryptocurrencies
stand
2:00PM - 6:00PM
P2P Art Zone
Artiste Fasto
Participative & peer-painting with Fasto - children and adults equally welcomed!
art
stand
TBA - TBA
FR
Village
Arthur Bard
France Barter: a marketplace between businesses. Purchase without money within a community of peer businesses.
stand
9:30PM - 12:30AM
Airplane
DJ set
Day 5
12:00PM - 2:30PM
EN/FR
Village
Matthew Schutte - Holochain

When faced with complex challenges, the problem isn’t that we aren’t coming up with good answers.  We tend to be great at coming up with answers. The problem is that often, we find ourselves answering the wrong questions.   This Warm Data Lab should help us pose better questions and will make other sessions richer as a result. 
This Warm Data lab will be a living kaleidoscope of conversation in which participants will explore the Future of Risk in a Changing World through several contextual lenses such as family, culture, technology, ecology, economy and education.

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collective intelligence
workshop
12:30PM - 1:00PM
FR
Conference
Louise P - 42
What is P2P Learning ? Why is it said to be as revolutionary? What are the alternatives to our education system? What could we imagine for the future?
p2peducation
talk
1:00PM - 1:45PM
FR
Conference
Amandine Crambes - FabMob
open source
talk
2:00PM - 3:00PM
FR
Conference
X-Network
Presentation of a market-making infrastructure (data aggregation, pricing & modeling, execution) and the first crypto structured products. Since 2018, X-Network has been developing an anonymous cryptography and prop-trading infrastructure for crypto derivatives (futures & options).
cryptocurrencies
talk
3:00PM - 5:00PM
FR
Conference
Jean-François Noubel - Holo
Since the rise of civilizations, humankind hasn’t found a way to organize society without centralized power structures. By normalizing thought and social codes, they successfully synchronised the actions of millions and billions of individuals. We call it pyramidal collective intelligence. The global warming, the ultra-concentration of power and wealth, the extractive and patriarchal vision of the world, the anthropocentrism and speciesism prove that pyramidal collective intelligence has reach its limits. Today our species invents technologies and infrastructures that will enable a higher form of collective intelligence, the holomidal collective intelligence, distributed, open source, built on economies that integrate life in all its forms. Which technologies and what inner changes will provoke this transition? Let’s explore this together during our talk.
collective intelligencedistributed systemsp2ppolitics
talk
1:00PM - 1:45PM
FR
Airplane
Laszlo Szabo - SkillZ
The protocol’s decentralization level is influenced by the quantity of nodes and the ownership plurality. Through this talk, we will detail various protocols as well as their decentralization degree according to their nodes and owners
blockchaindistributed systems
talk
2:00PM - 3:30PM
FR/EN
Airplane
Alexandre Doussot - Nomadic Labs

Introduction to Michelson and to higher level language Ligo, used in an example of a voting app, that we will study together.

Bring your laptop with Linux or OSX, Docker and Python 3.

Useful links: https://ligolang.org/ https://gitlab.com/kinokasai/proposals-vote/blob/abate-cleanup/src/contracts/mono_vote.ligo https://gitlab.com/kinokasai/proposals-vote

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blockchainsmart contracts
workshop
12:30PM - 1:00PM
FR
P2P Meet-up Zone
François Branciard & Vladimir Ostapenco - Lugus Labs

Are you interested in the development of blockchain or P2P services on decentralized infrastructures? Come and discover tools that facilitate the bootstrap and deployment of your projects.

We will present our Archipel project, to illustrate the use of these helping technologies: DAppNode and Parity Substrate framework.

blockchain
talk
1:00PM - 2:00PM
EN
P2P Meet-up Zone
Caleb James Delisle

8 years ago cjdns was started to make the internet encrypted and decentralized, unlike TOR and I2P, it was not intended as an overlay but rather to a complete revisit of the way the internet should work, peer-to-peer and always encrypted. Since then it has had moderate community interest but has not lead to any actual infrastructure buildout.

My current project is a sort of phase-two of cjdns, building a blockchain called PKT in order to create a bandwidth market so that anyone capable of running fiber and pointing antennas can participate in building the infrastructure of the new internet. All of these fibers and wireless links will become a “pool of bandwidth” which a professional network operator can reach into and pull out the bandwidth necessary to build their own network.

This talk aims to limit technical details to the minimum that is necessary so please do not feel intimidated to attend. There will be time reserved for questions so that in case there is not enough technical detail, topics can be addressed more fully.

anti-censorshipcryptographyblockchainp2p
talk
2:00PM - 3:00PM
EN
Hackzone
Caleb James Delisle

During the workshop, you will install cjdns, pktd and pktwallet, you will setup cjdns as a VPN using the free VPN exit provided by IPRedator and you will mine some PKT to your wallet and transfer it.

Come with a Linux or Apple computer and a basic to intermediate skill level with using the terminal. If you are not comfortable using the command line on your computer, I recommend studying The CLI Crash Course which should get you a basic working knowledge within a few days to a week.

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anti-censorshipcryptographyblockchainp2p
workshop
2:00PM - 3:00PM
FR
P2P Meet-up Zone
Thomas Chataignier & Philippe M. - Blockchain Partner

Get yourself up to speed with Zero Knowledge Proofs (ZKP). ZKPs are cryptographic methods that enable to prove the validity of an attribute without revealing the underlying data. They can be used in a wide range of applications, such as voting, self-sovereign identity, authentication, etc.

We use the vote use case in order to introduce ZKPs and present the components required to build your own applications..

If you want to get familiar with ZK identity matter beforehand, you can read this: Building trust while keeping data undisclosed.

talk
3:00PM - 4:30PM
FR
P2P Meet-up Zone
Thomas Chataignier & Philippe M. - Blockchain Partner

This hands-on workshop will help you to get a grip on ZKP technology. We will build together an anonymous voting system using Semaphore.

No prior knowledge of cryptography nor decentralized network is needed.

Please come with your laptop, preferably with Docker, node, a browser with a recent version and an Ethereum wallet such as MetaMask.

If you want to be 100% ready, you may want to read first this introduction to ZKPs and this one to Semaphore.

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privacyblockchainethereum
workshop
1:00PM - 4:00PM
FR/EN
Hackzone
Pathwar.land
Pathwar.land is an open-source platform for teaching cybersecurity, using challenges and ruthless competition between players. It’s free and open to all!
anti-surveillanceeducationtechcryptographyprogramming
workshop
1:00PM - 2:30PM
FR
Projection
P2P Festival
La bataille du Libre is a new documentary directed by Phillipe Borrel and produced by Temps noir. The film deals with issues related to Open Source and free software. “Wheter in various fields of society like medical, finance, industrial, education, and even agriculture, almost no activity sector has escaped the strong hold of computer code. We depend on it in any human activity sector in which knowledge is key. And in the process we lose more and more of our autonomy because most of the software programs we use, without knowing it, are proprietary: their computer code being protected by patents owned by major corporations that earn disproportionate income from them. However, in the case of open source software, it can be freely used, copied, shared, and even improved by all. Open Source advocates then see the issue as philosophical and political, as well as a societal choice, while their contributing and emancipatory practice to software development start to disseminate much outside of IT and into public interest and the general good.”
open sourcecommons
projection
4:30PM - 5:45PM
FR
Projection
P2P Festival

Protocole is plugged to the « cryptosphere », where one can meet users and supporters of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, as well as entrepreneurs and researchers.

Giving them a voice makes it obvious that Bitcoin as a way of challenging monetary institutions is actually part of larger trend of the society as a whole. Cryptocurrency are not just a new “asset class”, but complex and far-reaching social phenomenon.

bitcoincryptocurrencies
projection
2:00PM - 6:00PM
FR
Village
Les Hackeuses
@LesHackeuses and friends support women in their effort to play a bigger part within the blockchain ecosystem.
blockchaincryptocurrencies
stand
6:00PM - 8:00PM
Village
Global Network
Global Network duo will perfom their original space music to each and only peer!
concert live

About the Festival



Our goal is to offer 5 days of sharing, learning, meeting and playing around all the dimensions of the Peer-to-Peer (P2P) revolution. The technological aspect of P2P is essential, but we also believe that it materializes philosophical and ethical principles.

P2P applies to a wide array of aspects, from secure and privacy-preserving communication, to knowledge-sharing, to participative governance, to digital currencies, or even art!

Paris P2P Festival will be a fantastic opportunity to gather P2P supporters, regardless of their particular approach and interests.

We are calling any team or individual with an active interest in P2P to join the Festival, use it to set up their own meeting, offer a workshop, share a talk or a presentation, take part to the hackathon.

The event was born out of our Paris P2P monthly meetups at Ground Control. We are willing to open it to a wider audience: individuals, collectives, associations, and businesses willing to be part of a community event, without lucrative purpose.

Goals



Gather P2P communities around talks, workshops, movies, performances, hack sessions, meetings…

Promote to the general public the value of privacy protection, free and open source software, commons and decentralized governance

Trigger serendipitous encounters and healthy debates between teams and individuals involved in the space

Encourage knowledge-sharing between projects, entrepreneurs, researchers, developers

Showcase important projects to the general public

Just enjoy a great moment, in a great place, with great people!

Speakers



Adli Takkal Bataille

Le Cercle du Coin

Adrien Berthou

FestDAO, Genesis DAO

Alex Masmej

Stake DAO, MetaCartel DAO

Alexandre Doussot

Nomadic Labs

Alexis Michaud

CNRS

Alice

Digital Commons Consortium

Amandine Crambes

FabMob

Amira Bouguera

HellHound

Anirudha Bose

Ledger

Anne Vanet

Université de Paris

Antoine Champagne

Reflets.info

Antoine Eddi

Berty Technologies

Anuj Das Gupta

Arthur Bard

Attilax

Axiom

Benjamin Jean

Inno³

Boris Séguy

Digital Commons Consortium

Brian O'Hagan

Coinhouse

Caleb James Delisle

cjdns

Clément Lesaege

Kleros

Cédric Ringenbach

La Fresque pour le Climat

Célya Gruson-Daniel

HackYourPhd

Danièle Bourcier

CERSA, CNRS

Dr Sonia Ben Mokhtar

LIRIS-DRIM, CNRS

Duc Ha Duong

Open Opale, Officience

Fabien P.

Osmose Collective

Fasto

Street P2P Artist

François Branciard

Lugus Labs

Fred Zicmama

Friedger Müffke

Blockstack

FX Thoorens

ARK.io, CEO & Founder

Gilles Fedak

iExec

Guilhem Chaumont

X-Network

Guillaume Rouyer

Assemblée Virtuelle

Jacques Favier

Le Cercle du Coin

Jean-François Noubel

Jonas Smedegaard

Debian

Julien Bouteloup

Stake DAO

Kris Decoodt

The Commons Stack

Kyran Teisseire

Assas Legal Innovation

Lakhdar Slaim

Rockside

Laszlo Szabo

SkillZ

Liliana Carrillo

P2P Foundation

Lionel Maurel

LQDN, S.I.Lex

Lola Rigaut-Luczak

Louis Giraux

Aragon Association

Louise Pieri

42 Blockchain

Mamie Crypto

@LesHackeuses

Mamy André-Ratsimbazafy

Status

Manel Ruiz

Aeternity

Manfred Touron

Berty Technologies

Mathilde Imer

Convention Citoyenne pour le Climat

Matthew Schutte

Applied Philosopher at Holo

Nelson Melina

Aeternity

Nicholas G.S. Saul

Doctorant Sciences Po

Nina Bufi

Open Opale

Paul Drouet

Stake DAO

Paulart

Philippe Honigman

OrgTech, Tribute

Philippe M.

Blockchain Partner

Pierre Boc

Berty Technologies

Pierre Noizat

blockchain.io, Paymium

Pierre-Yves Beaudouin

Wikimedia

Pietro Abate

Nomadic Labs

PJ Klimek

United Colors of Holo

Primavera de Filippi

BKC Harvard, CNRS

Rachel Arnould

Open Food France

Rand Hindi

zama.ai

Rémi Crussière

Film Protocole

Stephan-Eloïse Gras

OpenClassrooms

Thomas Chataigner

Blockchain Partner

Valery Grancher

Artiste

Virgile Deville

Open Source Politics

Vladimir Ostapenco

Lugus Labs

Weedcoder

Cypherpunk Mouvement

Useful information



Plan


  • Village
  • Scène
  • P2P Art Zone
  • Avion
  • Hackzone & Workshops
  • P2P Meetup Zone
  • Conférence
  • Projection
  • 1. Maison Besson
  • 2. Rozell & Co
  • 3. Comptoir Ephémère
  • 4. Peppa Porchetta
  • 5. Røk By Woodmen
  • 6. Tha asado club
  • 7. Solina
  • 8. Chilam
  • 9. La Résidence
  • 10. Mr Zhao
  • 11. Table Nali
  • 12. Faggio
  • 13. L'Estaminet
  • 14. Long courrier
  • 15. Le Décanteur
  • 16. Le Container
  • 17. Le Dedans dehors
  • 18. Le K. Douglas
  • 19. Ground épicerie
  • 20. Mama Petula
  • 21. Objects trouvés
  • 22. Hors control
  • 23. Radio Ground Control
  • 24. Les Pas Perdus
  • 25. GCCC
  • 26. Studio 81
  • 27. Ground Art
  • 28. Le Pantographe
  • 29. Vidéodrome
  • 30. Potager des fermes de Gally
  • 31. Mur à Gribouille
  • 32. Solarium